Atari 2600: Farmyard Fun
Farmyard Fun was released in 1983 by German video game company Suntek. The game was never released into the North American market; it is a European exclusive. The original Farmyard Fun game was only produced in PAL format which is incompatible with the NTSC format Atari 2600 systems sold in America and Canada.
Identifier atari_2600_farmyard_fun_aka_play_farm_video_game_cartridge_-_ariola_tp-617Mediatype softwareScanner Internet Archive Python library 0.4.8Publicdate 2013-12-25 10:51:41Addeddate 2013-12-25 10:51:41Emulator a2600Emulator_ext binBackup_location ia905801_29
Now, Farmyard Fun has been format converted into NTSC so you may enjoy playing this game for the very first time. In Farmyard Fun you control Tom the egg thief who roams the farmyard collecting eggs. The eggs are guarded by hens that defeat Tom with a simple touch. Successfully collecting all eggs advances the player to the next level where the eggs are displayed in different locations. The hens also become faster and harder to avoid. Nice graphics and a quirky entry (Tom arrives riding on the back of a swan) make Farmyard Fun an offbeat winner.